SparkRecipes is powered by
A yummy way to start the day with very little fat and lots of flavor!
Celebrate spinach season with this lean and green scramble. Salty feta and velvety eggs combine beautifully with wilted spinach for a filling breakfast that's high in protein.
I am known for my pancakes, so trust me on this one!
These adorable single-serving ham cups turn any breakfast into a special occasion. Feel free to jazz these up with your preferred seasonings.
Make this ahead of time and then refrigerate for a quick, protein-packed breakfast that's also portion-controlled. Top with salsa (optional) and serve with toast for a complete breakfast.
High fiber, healthy breakfast muffin.
My whole family loves these! Although they may seem small (considering the size of muffin we can get in a bakery) but we always add a helping of fruit or yogurt for breakfast. Yummy!
How does Coach Dean fuel his busy day? With this hearty, healthy breakfast, of course!
A terrific way to start your day, much better than the frozen waffles you can find at the grocery store.
A delicious breakfast you can make either sweet or savory, that keeps you full all morning (at least)!
These muffins are sweet and chocolatey; you'd never guess they're low fat!
Low-fat buttermilk and applesauce help lower the fat, and the whole-wheat flour and flax seed add fiber. These healthful muffins freeze well!
A hearty pancake that provides over 6 grams of fiber per serving. I like to add blueberries to the batter. Very kid-friendly recipe!
Full of fruit, fiber, and protein, and it's YUMMY, too! Top with berries if desired.
Tight on time? This quick breakfast literally takes one minute. Set your stopwatch..and GO!
This is a cool, simple, breakfast oatmeal
Higher in Protein & Fiber and lower in Fat and Carbs than regular pancakes!
These moist pancakes are lightly spiced for the palate of my young child. If you like a bit more pizzazz, you can increase the spices or add others. Cinnamon and pumpkin pie spice both work nicely here.
These pancakes are great tasting and Alli friendly! I made them for breakfast and topped them with fruit.
At 300 calories a pop, donuts are an easy way to wreck a healthy breakfast. Not my baked ones. They're bursting with fruit and flavor--not fat!
Think carrot cake, but without the guilt!
Don't run out the door without breakfast! Grab a portable, delcious, and nutritious breakfast cookie.
Smooth, creamy and delicious - tastes like fall!
Serve with sugar free maple syrup.
An easy and tasty casserole for any meal! It also reheats well in the microwave.
Commonly known as Egg in the Basket, or Toad in the Hole, I loved these things growing up! (Did I mention I still love them today?)